The Kevin Love era officially ended in Minnesota in August when he was traded to Cleveland to team up with LeBron James and the Cavaliers. In retrospect, it may have been over far sooner.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have exercised their fourth-year contract options on point guard Ricky Rubio and small forward Derrick Williams, as expected. The move on Williams was less of a sure thing, but the Wolves are counting on continued improvement this season from the second overall pick in the 2011 draft. The decision on these third-year players was announced by the Wolves on Saturday, along with the move to waive center Chris Johnson. That brought the roster to 15 players for the regular season, giving forward Robbie Hummel and guard A.J. Price the last two spots.
The Minnesota Timberwolves hired Flip Saunders as the team’s new president of basketball operations on Friday, bringing him back eight years after he was fired as the head coach.
David Kahn is out as president of basketball operations for the Minnesota Timberwolves and Flip Saunders is coming in.
Minnesota Timberwolves president of basketball operations David Kahn says he has yet to meet with owner Glen Taylor about his job status. Kahn says he will not do so until after coach Rick Adelman makes a decision about returning next season.
If Kevin Love was available for the Lakers, what do the Lakers think of Love? No doubt the internal pressure is growing on David Kahn, and many people are wondering if Love will be back.
Kevin Love didn’t apologize. He didn’t make excuses or suggest his words were taken out of context.
Minnesota Timberwolves president David Kahn is pouring cold water on the seemingly endless speculation surrounding the team’s interest in Los Angeles Lakers big man Pau Gasol.
When David Kahn set his sights on bringing Brandon Roy to the Minnesota Timberwolves, he may have had an ace up his sleeve that made all the difference.
When last season ended, Kevin Love didn’t hide the fact that he expected big changes to occur this offseason to upgrade the talent around one of the NBA’s rising stars.
Kevin Love is going to the Minnesota Lynx playoff opener on Friday night. He’s trying to make sure Target Center is full when he gets there.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have traded center Brad Miller and two second-round picks to New Orleans and waived swingman Martell Webster as they prepare to file a formal offer to Portland restricted free agent Nicolas Batum.
As Robbie Hummel crisscrossed the country working out for NBA teams leading up to the draft, all he was looking for was a chance.
Thursday night’s NBA draft is probably going to be anti-climactic with the Minnesota Timberwolves trading the No. 18 overall pick.
The Minnesota Timberwolves’ pre-draft preparations have a new look this summer.
It was a new day in Minnesota basketball, with Ricky Rubio throwing lob passes and Kevin Love stuffing the stat sheet in front of sellout crowd after sellout crowd.
There’s no doubt Ricky Rubio has been the jolt of electricity the Timberwolves needed. From the moment he arrived in Minnesota, he’s been fan favorite.
Timberwolves President David Kahn had plenty to talk about Tuesday afternoon, as the team gets ready for the return of basketball.
David Kahn says the Minnesota Timberwolves expect to stay relatively quiet in what is expected to be a frenzied free agency period that opens next week.
Rick Adelman and David Kahn are teaming up to help the Minnesota Lynx get a big crowd for Game 1 of the WNBA Finals on Sunday.
The Minnesota Timberwolves don’t know yet if they’ll have a 2011-12 season because of the current NBA lockout, but they named Rick Adelman the team’s new head coach at a news conference on Wednesday.
Portland assistant Bernie Bickerstaff interviewed with the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday and former Houston coach Rick Adelman was scheduled to come in Saturday as the team searches for a new coach.
From the moment David Kahn took over as president of basketball operations for the Timberwolves, he has focused on bringing an up-tempo style of play to Minnesota.
The Minnesota Timberwolves were awfully busy on draft night. So busy, in fact, that it took the NBA until Friday afternoon to approve all the wheeling and dealing that was done by president of basketball operations David Kahn.
Yahoo! Sports is reporting that David Kahn, the team’s president of basketball operations, is expected to relieve Kurt Rambis of his coaching duties as Timberwolves head coach sometime on Thursday.